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Winter Weather / Cold #1095357

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 27, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Closings in New Orleans and elsewhere due to the winter storm reported; map and photos shown.

(Chicago: John Yang) The cold weather in the Midwest featured; scenes shown from Chicago, the frozen Lake Superior sea caves in Wisconsin, an ice breaker on Lake Michigan; details given about rising natural gas and propane prices; average costs cited. [2 MEN – comment.] [CNBC’s Sharon EPPERSON†- comments on the rise in heating bills.] [Wisconsin Governor Scott WALKER†- says a worst case scenario would allow us to call out the National Guard.] [National Propane Gas Assn. Jeffrey PETRASH†- comments on price gouging.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Al Roker) The weather warnings and watches and the forecast featured; maps/diagrams shown; details given about snow & ice in the South.

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John;
Roker, Al

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